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Front Page » 2009 » May (Page 3)

Port Of Miami Tunnel Project Gets Ok On New Cash Backer

After a troubled equity partner nearly sank the Port of Miami tunnel project, the Florida Department of Transportation has approved a solvent replacement.…

Legislation Could Threaten Orange Bowls Presence In South Florida

A change in the way college football's national champion is crowned could jeopardize the Orange Bowl game's annual presence in South Florida, local sports officials say.…

Trio Of Ratings Signals Favorable Marlins Stadium Interest Rate

Newly announced bond ratings could set Miami-Dade up to score in the bond markets early next month when officials set out to finance a Marlins ballpark, Finance Director Carter Hammer…

Dade Tax Collector Advertising Fewer Properties This Year Even With Recession

Despite a rough economy, fewer delinquent property tax certificates are being advertised for sale in Miami-Dade this year than last.…

Miami Gives Initial Ok To Providing Employment Benefits To Domestic Partners Despite 10 Million Budget Shortfall

A $10 million budget shortfall hasn't deterred Miami commissioners from giving an initial nod to providing employment benefits — including healthcare — to the domestic partners of city employees.…

Bankunited Has New Owners But Customers Will See Same Faces At Local Branches

While BankUnited may have a new owner, much of the old leadership team is sticking around, though it's setting its sights on growing its commercial lending division.…

Calendar Of Events Music

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Calendar Of Events Books

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Calendar Of Events Movies

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State Funds First Scene In A Brighter Film Industry Picture

Florida's doubling of filming incentives is doubly welcome. We need the economic shots as well as the camera shots. …

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